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The Daily Dispatch: October 28, 1863., [Electronic resource] 20 0 Browse Search
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acteristic addresses before the populace. John Brownlow, a Lieutenant-Colonel, is with his father. In fact, Brownlow and Maynard have brought with them their families. They surely deem their occupy potentate in East Tennessee. In his speech Brownlow said that he had no apologies to make for thehern President had not gone half far enough. Brownlow further declared that he was not only in favoell!" We are assured that this speech of Brownlow transcended in obscenity and blasphemy all th Maynard was hardly less violent than that of Brownlow. He was especially denunciatory of the Messrizen of Knox, who was under arrest, called on Brownlow, in order to induce him to effect his releaseease from confinement. For many years he and Brownlow have been intimate friends. When the old man was led into Brownlow's presence, Brownlow, raving like a madman, a pistol, declared that he wouldBrownlow, raving like a madman, a pistol, declared that he would murder any scoundrel or rebel who dared to ask a favor of his hands. The guard interposed to save